World War II Memorial

Trenton’s World War II Memorial pays tribute to the greatest military victory for the United States. It was an effort in which every citizen contributed and had a stake in the outcome, both on the front lines and at home. The WWII Memorial unfolds around the overall theme of “Victory,” with three core ideas, whichContinue reading “World War II Memorial”

The Rittenhouse

I happen to find this historical gem while cruising along Lincoln Dr on a beautiful day. After a few three point parallel parking attempts, I made my way through the town, which is filled with exquisite greenery, winding rapids and trails. The Rittenhouse(Square) is adjoined to a neighborhood public park that is centered in theContinue reading “The Rittenhouse”

The George Taylor House

“George Taylor was a Colonial ironmaster and a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of Pennsylvania. Today, his former home, the George Taylor House in Catasauqua, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, is a National Historic Landmark owned by the Borough of Catasauqua.” Wikipedia The George Taylor house in Catasauqua, Lehigh County wasContinue reading “The George Taylor House”

Harriet Tubman

It was an honor to walk up to the statue of the great late Harriet Tubman while visiting Pennsylvania. Her life was a profound portrayal of triumph, despite the atrocity of wounds she endured. “General Tubman” worked shoulder to shoulder with Colonel Montgomery as they led the “Combahee River Raid” just up the road aContinue reading “Harriet Tubman”

Golden Isles Georgia: St. Simons Island

If you are looking to relax and enjoy a majestic scenery filled with organic sea breeze and sounds of rippling tides, then Golden Isles is the place to be. This little town is rich in history, culture, museums and African-American Heritage. The Pier Village serves as the downtown hub for bait & tackle, shopping, visitingContinue reading “Golden Isles Georgia: St. Simons Island”